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Wrestling to return to EOU

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Eastern Oregon University is set to reinstate its wrestling program.
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Sheriff meets with armed group, asks them to leave

By The Associated Press January 07, 2016 04:55 pm
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BURNS — Three Oregon sheriffs met Thursday with the leader of an armed group occupying a federal wildlife refuge and asked them to leave, after residents made it clear they wanted them to go home.

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Mayor to investigate letter signed by five councilors

By Kelly Ducote, The Observer January 07, 2016 08:43 am

La Grande Mayor Steve Clements said Wednesday night he will be in touch with the Department of Justice to determine whether a letter signed by five of seven councilors violates state law.

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Greenwood moves into new kindergarten complex

By Dick Mason, The Observer January 06, 2016 02:12 pm
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Kindergartner Toby Heideman sits down to read near a student storage area in the new kindergarten classroom at Greenwood Elementary School Tuesday morning. (Tim Mustoe/The Observer)
The La Grande School District’s new full-day kindergarten program is gaining  
momentum. The program took a leap forward Monday when the new kindergarten complex at Greenwood Elementary School opened for its first day of classes. Some of Greenwood’s kindergarten students reacted almost with Christmas Day excitement.
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Depots play integral part in La Grande’s history

By Dick Mason, The Observer January 06, 2016 02:02 pm
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The second La Grande railroad depot was built in 1901. The building was used as La Grande’s railroad depot through 1930 when its current one was constructed. The second depot was bigger than the first one at 22 feet long and 118 feet wide, and featured at least six offices, a waiting room and a freight room. (Bob Bull Collection)
They are long forgotten and lost remnants of La Grande’s railroad history, structures that were integral parts of the city’s rail story.
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